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Secure the best real estate assets to help you compete in the continuously evolving tech industry.

For the past few years, the neighboring Tempe and South Scottsdale submarkets have been the go-to location for tech companies in the Phoenix market. As those submarkets tighten and retail rates continue to surpass the market average, tech companies will find more affordable alternatives in the new Warehouse District just south of Downtown Phoenix.

We'll craft a real estate plan for your Phoenix-area tech company that includes the following:

  • Developing location strategies that meet your short-and long-term growth plans

  • Finding new properties, and negotiating contracts and incentives on your behalf

  • Managing the design and build out of new locations

  • Making environmentally friendly property updates that attract talent and drive down costs

  • Managing your offices and facilities to achieve efficient, affordable operations


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